FOX NEWS — The husband of one of the three victims in the 2014 shooting at two Jewish sites in Kansas filed a lawsuit Monday over the sale of the shotguns used in the attack.
Jim LaManno filed the lawsuit in Jackson County Circuit Court in Missouri. He names Walmart and several other entities in the suit, the Kansas City Star reported.
Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., 75, of Aurora, was sentenced to death last year for the shooting that killed LaManno’s wife, Terri, 53, at the Village Shalom retirement home in Overland Park, Kansas. William Corporon, 69, and his 14-year-old grandson, Reat Underwood, were killed at the nearby Jewish Community Center.
Jim LaManno’s lawsuit alleges that Miller, who was a felon and prohibited from purchasing guns, used two weapons that were purchased by his friend John Mark Reidle: one at a gun show and the other at Walmart.
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